Why Donate to NdifunaUkwazi?

NU aims to build and support social justice organisations and leaders to achieve greater social and economic equality.

By donating to NdifunaUkwazi (NU) you are allowing NU to continue to educate and encourage young South Africans to strive for this vision. An absence of both young leaders and organisations, which are embodied by an ethical and open culture of management and administration, will result in the continued presence of a crisis in leadership.

Whilst NU receives incredible support from many foundations around the world it is only through the continued support of many individuals, like yourself, that NU is able to continue in its work and campaign for equality in education in South Africa.

Please note that NdifunaUkwazi (NU) is a registered Public Benefit Organisation (PBO) with S18A status, meaning that neither you nor NU pays donations tax on donations, and that donations are deductible from your taxable income. NU is also a registered Non-Profit Organisation.

Our registration details are as follows:

Registered Non-for-profit trust (IT 540 – 2001) (NPO 094-737)

Direct Donations

Donations can be made through direct deposit into the NdifunaUkwazi bank account by internet or at the nearest branch of Standard Bank.

Banking Details:

Bank: Standard Bank
Account Name: NdifunaUkwazi
Account Number: 070207119
Branch: Cape Town
Branch Code: 020009
Swift Code: SBZAZAJJ

Cheque donations:

Please make your cheque payable to NdifunaUkwazi and post it to the following address:

Office 203
47 on Strand
Strand Street
Cape Town, 8000

Ndifuna Ukwazi DARE TO KNOW
18 Roeland Street (behind City Varsity)
Cape Town
South Africa

Telephone:  +27 (0)21 012 5094